The American Anthropological Association has announced the creation of a Wiki to help researchers locate anthropological source materials and promote their own research! According to AAA, this is a cutting-edge tool for the new era of anthropology and the 21st century anthropologist! Below is the description from AAA:
One of the effects of the web has been to create myriad crevices and crannies of information. Did you know that Frederick Starr’s notebooks (12 volumes of field notes) have been put online?
Do you have a website of ethnographic or anthropological source materials you’d like people to know about? Add it to the wiki and help others benefit.
Have you deposited your personal papers in an archive? Building on the efforts of the Council for the Preservation of Anthropological Records, we are turning to anthropologists to join together and share information about the location of field notes, photographs, sound recordings, and other primary sources.